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Synonyms for forecast

Synonyms for forecast

to tell about or make known (future events) in advance, especially by means of special knowledge or inference

Synonyms for forecast

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Shipments of ductile iron are forecasted to drop below the 4 million ton level in '96 to 3.
This raises our forecasted steel casting production to 610,000 tons.
Top 10 Leading HLS Industry Sectors - Ten HLS industry sectors are forecasted to each total over $8.
Fiscal year 2006 EBITDA is forecasted to be in excess of $300 million, an increase of 11 percent over fiscal year 2005.
Our feeling is that there are certain precipitating events that must occur before a recession can be forecasted," Leamer said.
For the time being, based on our analysis of Actual IC shipments in relation to forecasted Underlying Demand, the boom should continue.
Hurd formerly served as director of economics for SBC Communications, where, among his responsibilities, he forecasted the demand for SBC products in California.
Likewise, the curvature and slope of forecasted underlying demand for the same periods run parallel to each other.
It was identified by industry watchers as having accurately forecasted the Q3-00 peak of IC sales.
The forecasted earnings per share for 2003 do not take into account the possible extraordinary income of up to approximately $2.